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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Viktoriia Dedul
Wage System and State Civil Servants Motivation
HR Management in Public Sector
(Master’s programme)
2018
The study conducted within the scope of this paper concerns the impact of modern wage system of civil servants of the Russian Federation on their motivation. The paper analyzes the modern wage system of civil servants, its structure and principles of construction. The hypothesis of this paper is the following: there is no connection between the remuneration system and motivation of civil servants. The empirical research conducted in the paper (including secondary data analysis and questionnaire survey of civil servants) confirms the hypothesis. Despite the fact that the system of remuneration of civil servants has a number of features, and largely violates the basic principles of the ratio of constant and variable part of wage, and does not fully meet the needs of civil servants, they still are highly motivated to work effectively. This shows the lack of correlation between the wage system and motivation of civil servants.

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